Binghamton wrestling (6-8, 4-3 EIWA) split a pair of road duals Saturday afternoon, falling at Brown, 21-15, before shuttling two hours from Providence to Fairfield, Conn. and steamrolling Sacred Heart, 42-0 to end a busy day.
In Providence, the host Browns snapped a 9-9 tie
with three straight wins in the upper weights and clinched the victory
before the heavyweight match. Binghamton tied the match when redshirt
freshman Zack Zupan (above) earned a 6-1 decision at 165 pounds. But narrow losses at 174 and 184
plus a pin at 197 cost the Bearcats a shot at the win. Brown also posted
an overtime win at 125 and a one-point decision at 149. Freshman
133-pound Joe Nelson notched his first dual win of the season with a 9-3 decision. Sophomore Dylan Caruana followed with a 4-0 win at 141, giving BU an early 6-3 lead.
Sacred Heart, BU won all 10 matches, including three by pin and two
more by major decision. Nelson made it a 2-0 day with a pin in 2:49 at
133. Seniors Calleb Wallace and Tyler Deuel finished the match off with back-to-back pins at 197 and heavyweight,
respectively. Deuel, who received a forfeit win at Brown, improved to
18-4 overall, 12-2 in duals. He needed just 1:06 to end his match in the
Zupan raised his record to 17-12 overall and Caruana grabbed his 14th and 15th wins of the season.
Binghamton travels south next weekend for matches at George Mason (Feb. 6) and American (Feb. 8).
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